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Downloading Audio Files

Hi Choir, did you know you can download audio files from our site, to make practicing at home even easier? I know not everyone wants to sit in front of their computer to practice, or to review previous performances. But I bet a lot of you might be interest in getting these files into your iTunes or mobile device. The process is the same regardless of the browser you use, but the steps may differ a bit in wording. Generally speaking, you open the file on this site, so that it is playing for you (you may need a password to get to the file), and then right-click with your mouse, and choose to download the file to your local computer. From there, you just need to get it into your computer’s player (usually iTunes).

Internet Explorer

  1. Right-click a file, and choose “Save target as…” from the pop-up menu that appears. Choose where you want to save the file (if you’re less savvy, you might just choose “Desktop” so it’s easiest to find).
  2. Go to your Desktop or other saved location and drag the file to your iTunes player, and it should appear in your library where you can then put it onto your phone or iPad through your usual syncing process (different for different people).

Firefox

  1. Right-click a file, and choose “Save link as…” from the pop-up menu that appears. Choose where you want to save the file (if you’re less savvy, you might just choose “Desktop” so it’s easiest to find).
  2. Go to your Desktop or other saved location and drag the file to your iTunes player, and it should appear in your library where you can then put it onto your phone or iPad through your usual syncing process (different for different people).

Chrome

  1. Right-click a file, and choose “Save target as…” from the pop-up menu that appears. Choose where you want to save the file (if you’re less savvy, you might just choose “Desktop” so it’s easiest to find).
  2. Go to your Desktop or other saved location and drag the file to your iTunes player, and it should appear in your library where you can then put it onto your phone or iPad through your usual syncing process (different for different people).

Safari

  1. Right-click a file, and choose “Download linked file as…” from the pop-up menu that appears. Choose where you want to save the file (if you’re less savvy, you might just choose “Desktop” so it’s easiest to find).
  2. Go to your Desktop or other saved location and drag the file to your iTunes player, and it should appear in your library where you can then put it onto your phone or iPad through your usual syncing process (different for different people).

Let me know if you need help! If you want more than a few files at once, see me first, there may be an easier path to take.

Rick

November 21, 2016 | Blog | Comments Off on Downloading Audio Files

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